Ninja-Kid, known in Japan as Ninja kun Majo no Bōken, is the first video game in the Ninja-kun series. It was released for arcades, on the NES, and MSX by Jaleco in 1984. Ninja-Kid features three upward scrolling levels that repeat and become more difficult. The objective is to defeat the enemies on each screen and advance to the next screen. The player can attack with shurikens and jump on enemies' heads to stun them. Occasionally, an orb will appear and if the player collects three.
Wheel of Fortune Designed by Rare, each player enters their selection by using the controller to scroll through the alphabet, contained in a string along the bottom of the screen; the player loses their turn if too much time is taken. A player attempting to solve the puzzle has to enter the exact solution to be credited with a victory. This game and both subsequent versions featured three rounds, a wheel that never changed values or templates and Round 3 is the Speed-Up.
Mission Cobra is a basic if-it-moves-shoot-it scrolling action game.You, and your partner in two player games, must fight your way through wave after wave of enemy aircraft to reach the end stage boss, whom you must destroy. Along the way, you can pick up items to refuel you, make you invulnerable for a short time and increase your fire power. You lose energy each time you are hit. If you lose all your energy, you die and the game is over. As commander of a fast and powerful helicopter.
Donald Duck is a multi sports event game much in the style of the various track n field and Olympic games on NES and Commodore 64, though with an easier learning curve to allow for younger players to fully enjoy. Donald & his friends travel to Italy to compete against each other in the various events presented in the game. For some reason Donald now lives in New York which is located on a cloud & the Olympics had last been held in Rome in 1960. Players can either pick a single event to compete.
Yoshi's Cookie is a 1992 tile-matching puzzle video game developed by Bullet-Proof Software for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, and Super NES video game consoles. The NES and Game Boy versions were published by Nintendo while the Super NES was published by Bullet-Proof Software. Yoshi's Cookie is a fast-paced puzzle game. The player moves randomly placed cookies into rows & columns of cookies with similar patterns. When a row or column of the same cookies is successfully assembled.
Ninja JaJaMaru-kun is an action game released in Japan on November 15, 1985 by Jaleco for the Famicom and in 1986 for the MSX. In the game, the player starts with three lives and can only run, jump and throw shurikens. The game is divided into stages, each with four floors and eight enemies. Sakura-Hime and Damazu are placed, unreachable, at the top of the screen. Enemies use various projectiles, one of which will cause the player to lose a life. If JaJaMaru-kun lands on top of an enemy.
Mickey's Safari in Letterland is a 1993 educational Nintendo Entertainment System video game starring the famous cartoon character Mickey Mouse. In this game, Mickey must collect all of the letters of the alphabet for his museum by going to six different territories including places inspired by the Yukon and the Caribbean. There are three levels of difficulty. Enemies in the game include snakes, porcupines and alligators. However, players cannot die from these enemies.
Front Line is a military combat-themed arcade game released in 1982 by Taito Corporation. The original arcade version consists of a joystick, a single button (other than the "player one" and "player two" start buttons), and a rotary dial that can be pushed in like a button, which fires the weapon. The single button is used to throw grenades, and to enter and exit the tank. Playing as a lone soldier, the player's ultimate objective is to lob a hand grenade into the enemy.
American Dream is a Family Computer video game that was released in 1989 to an exclusively Japanese market. The player must earn money in order to become the wealthiest gambler in the world. The game, set in New York City, is considered a spin-off from the Pachio-kun franchise. Al Capone has a cameo role in this game even though he lived about one thousand miles to the west Chicago in real life. Roads, taxis and automobiles are not portrayed in the game.
Menace Beach is a video game that was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Color Dreams in 1990. Like all Color Dreams games, Menace Beach was not officially licensed by Nintendo. It was also re-released as part of the Maxivision 15-in-1 multicart. According to the game's instruction manual, the player controls a skateboarding hero whose girlfriend, Bunny, has been kidnapped by Demon Dan. An introduction screen shows a shackled Bunny pleading for the player's help.
R.B.I. Baseball 2 - features teams and players from the 1989 season. 'R.B.I. Baseball is a baseball video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System NES. It was developed by Namco and published by Tengen and originally released in 1987. RBI spawned two sequels on the NES as well as versions for the Mega Drive/Genesis, TurboGrafx-16 PC Engine, Sega 32X, Commodore Amiga, Super NES, Sega Game Gear, and Atari ST. R.B.I. is an initialism for run batted in.
Knight Gundam is part of the SD Gundam franchise, a sub-franchise of the popular Gundam anime. In Knight Gundam, Gundam mecha and characters are reimagined as knights, sorcerers and other fantasy and medieval European character types. Generally, the series has not been as popular as its counterpart Musha Gundam and as such Knight Gundam productions are rare. Perhaps in an attempt to change this, the Knight Gundam concept received a fair amount of focus in the recent Superior Defender Gundam.
Parasol Henbee is a Japanese anime series produced and directed by Fujiko Fujio A The pen name for Motoo Abiko in 1989 which ran for 200 episodes and was translated into many languages - Chinese, English, Hebrew and Spanish amongs them. Abiko also adapted the series into a manga. This series resembles Doraemon a lot, due to similarities between animation styles and between the plots.
Roger Clemens MVP Baseball was a baseball video game released in North America during the years of 1991 and 1992 for the NES, Game Boy, Super NES, and Sega Genesis. All of the games have the likenesses and abilities of the 1991 AL Cy Young Award Winner Roger Clemens during his prime years of professional basesball. In 1993, the game was released in Japan. The game was only published for Nintendos Game Boy and Super NES platforms. The game features 26 teams to use, an exhibition mode.
Fist of the North Star is a Japanese manga series written by Buronson & drawn by Tetsuo Hara that was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1983 to 1988, spanning 245 chapters, which were initially collected in a 27 volume tankobon edition by Shueisha. Set in a post-apocalyptic world that has been destroyed by a nuclear war the story centers around a warrior named Kenshiro, the successor of a deadly martial art style known as Hokuto Shinken, which gives him the ability to kill most adversaries.